OW Bunker launches Nordic network

OW Bunker has launched one of the world’s largest physical maritime bunkering operations which is to deliver products to clients in the Nordic seas. The new Nordic Waters unit will be serviced by seven bunkering vessels.

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The global oil trading company OW Bunkers has launched a new network for bunkering in the Nordic waters. The network is among the largest physical maritime bunkering operations when looking at the area of coverage. The network will be operated by the Nordic Waters unit serviced by seven bunkering vessels.

The network will cover Denmark, Sweden, Lithuania, the Faroe Islands, the Norwegian Sea, Finland, Latvia, Estonia, Poland and the North Atlantic. In this area, the company will deliver its full range of products including low sulphur fuel oil. The seven vessels meant to service the network will be used by the clients to bunker at sea instead of having to change their routes and call at a port in order to bunker.

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